Father and Son

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About this game

Father and Son is an adventure that takes off from the National Archaeological Museum in Naples, a cultural institution housing some of humanity’s greatest artefacts and treasures.
What begins as the story of a son who never knew his father becomes a universal and ageless tale, with the present and the past making up the setting for Michael’s travels. Seek for yourself the beauties of Naples, experience the last hours of life in Pompeii before Mount Vesuvius erupted in 79 AD, and explore the ordinary day-to-day life in Ancient Egypt. The past is what makes our present real.
Completion time: 50-60 minutes. Some sections of Father and Son are unlocked by checking in at the Archaeological Museum of Naples, publisher of the game. The Father and Son soundtrack is available for download on the official site.
Updated on
May 19, 2020

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Ratings and reviews

41K reviews
Shelon Boyz
August 23, 2021
A short game which masterfully designed and crafted. Short game but everything is impressive. The music, the story, the art, the smoothness is something that no one would expect. Gameplay is very slow, but the atmosphere and music significantly helping me to enjoy it. Story is indeed a bit confusing, but it really make sense when you got it. The 2nd story is hitting me deep on my moral decision making and successfully made me shed some tears. A shame there is GPS-locked areas, but not a problem.
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A Google user
January 22, 2019
The first impression this game gives you, is of beautiful and simple graphics. I thoroughly enjoyed this game in the beginning, jusy because of the graphics. But honestly, I never finished. I really wanted to like the story, but I got extremely bored with the story and the gameplay. This game has a wholeee lot of walking. Maybe if I finished the game I would have a different impression, but I don't want to put myself through all the walking again.
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poojitha borra
September 27, 2020
I really like the backgrounds and background music a lot. Its asthetically very pleasing and just like a museum. The story is engaging. The idea of time travelling and experiencing each piece in museum is ingenious. Few things that I had trouble with was that, as there was no narration of gameplay in the beginning, I felt lost as to what I should do. Next the character felt really tiny compared to my mobile screen, so it was difficult to spot it.
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What's new

Correction of a small bug at the beginning of the game.